Break through in Kitchen Remodeling Stretches Renovation Dollars by Offering Discounted, High-End Kitchen Materials

Break through in Kitchen Remodeling Stretches Renovation Dollars by Offering Discounted, High-End Kitchen Materials

Little Green Kitchens secures new homes for previously used luxury kitchen pieces

Little Green Kitchens, a fresh and unique luxury kitchen design company, utilizes previously used luxury kitchen cupboards and appliances in new, remodeled spaces. Equally passionate about the planet as is also about design, and determined to change it to the a large number of tons of construction waste which are added to landfills when much of it could be reused and given a fresh, beautiful life, Little Green Kitchens helps homeowners update their kitchens with a fraction of the cost of a standard fully remodeled kitchen.
With well over 50% of kitchen budgets planning to cabinetry and appliances, customers� wish to have a luxury kitchen is usually not even considered on account of financial restrictions. For the flipside, homeowners often unknowingly discard cabinets, counters, lighting and appliances that may will no longer fit their needs, squandering dollars that may be added back in their renovation budget.


�When we renovated our kitchen, I’d champagne wishes with no champagne budget,� explains Amy Mayer, owner and founding father of Little Green Kitchens. �My contractor was working together with another client who was redesigning her kitchen, and suggested that I look before their renovation came about. I saw the stunning cabinets and appliances which are slotted for disposal, and knew they may function perfectly during my kitchen and fit around my design aesthetic. I oftentimes tried the existing proportions of those items, and found ways to cause them to become an ideal fit in doing my kitchen space. I used to be so pleased about my results that we desired to offer the service to others so they too can possess the kitchen with their dreams.�

Amy�s experience of the resale business runs deep, after starting the company ExpressDrop Inc., Chicagoland�s first eBay drop-off store for six years. During this period, Amy became a specialist in assessing value and marketing items online from household appliances to high-end fashion. She was featured in many books written on eBay PowerSellers, and gave advanced education classes teaching others how you can market their goods online.